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Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Nellie – 1 year old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Collie

Nellie is a lovely 1 year old black and white Jack Russell Terrier cross Collie girl who is very sweet and affectionate. She will make a wonderful addition to any family. Nellie is a kind natured dog and would be suitable to be homed with another suitable resident dog. She loves to go out for a walk but is also happy to lay down in the house with you during the day.

Nellie can be left for periods of time quite happily while you go out shopping etc. She travels well in a car and sleeps well at night. Nellie is vaccinated, micro-chipped, spayed, wormed and de-flead.

Nellie is being fostered in Welwyn, Hertfordshire. We are looking to re-home her in or around this area or neighbouring counties as a home check will be done.

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Lucy – 2 year old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Chihuahua

Gorgeous Lucy is a small female Jack Russell Terrier cross Chihuahua seeking her forever home. She is approximately 2 years old and is an absolute sweetheart. She will make a lovely little lap dog for some lucky person. She is good with other dogs and, as we have no history, would be best suited to an older family if there were any resident children.

Lucy has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and deflead. She is just the sweetest, loveliest darling. Lucy is in foster in East Sussex. To apply please complete an online application via our own website.

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Freya – 2 year old female Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Freya is a Jack Russell Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. Freya is a 2 year old dog who is a cuddle monster! She would ideally like to be on your lap at all times! She’s affectionate and sweet, so would make a lovely companion. Freya has been good with dogs when out and about, so could possibly live with a calm male.

We would ideally like to rehome Freya to someone who is around most of the time. Freya can live with children of 10+. She can’t live with cats.

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Ludlow – 12 week old male Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Ludlow is a very sweet little chap who came unsold from his breeder. He is a quiet little chap who is being well socialised in his foster home with cats, dogs, birds and children. Obviously being a pup he will pee, poop, chew your furniture and most probably your fingers as this is what pups do. Please consider fully that you can commit possibly the next 15 years to him before applying. He looks very cute now but he needs commitment for the rest of his life.

His house training is a work in progress as is his lead training just as you would expect from a pup. He is a little sweetie who with time, patience and training will grow into a well behaved social Pet. Ludlow will need new owners who are around for most of the day and who will train him correctly and with kindness. As he is so you he should be fine to be homed with cats and other dogs. Older sensible children please.

Ludlow had been vaccinated, micro chipped and had his flea and worming treatment. He will need to neutered at the correct age as part of the adoption agreement (reduced cost neutering is available at our vets). He is currently on foster in Guildford Surrey.

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Leonardo and Johnny – 4 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds

Meet Leonardo and Johnny are 4 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds. Mother was Rescued 5 weeks Pregnant from a puppy farm in dreadful condition. They was born in rescue. All Puppies are doing great they are all very healthy & learning lots & already love playtime.

These puppies are only 4 weeks old, We will spend the coming weeks assessing their needs & personalities so that when they are ready to go we can match them up with the right forever home. Puppies are vaccinated micro-chipped, flea & wormed prior to being re-homed. They must be neutered by the adopting family. We will require a vet reference as proof of neutering if a dog was too young to be neutered at the time of adoption.

If you would like to apply to adopt one of these puppies please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to homecheck & suitability assessment. Adoption fee applies.
Please do not apply if you live in a flat, work full time or have children under the age of 8.

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Angelina and Scarlett – 4 week old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds

Meet Angelina and Scarlett are 4 week old female Jack Russell cross Dachshunds. Mother was Rescued 5 weeks Pregnant from a puppy farm in dreadful condition. They was born in rescue. All Puppies are doing great they are all very healthy & learning lots & already love playtime.

These puppies are only 4 weeks old, We will spend the coming weeks assessing their needs & personalities so that when they are ready to go we can match them up with the right forever home.

Puppies are vaccinated micro-chipped, flea & wormed prior to being re-homed. They must be neutered by the adopting family. We will require a vet reference as proof of neutering if a dog was too young to be neutered at the time of adoption.

If you would like to apply to adopt one of these puppies please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to homecheck & suitability assessment. Adoption fee applies.
Please do not apply if you live in a flat, work full time or have children under the age of 8.

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Brad George and Arnold – 4 week old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Dachshunds

Meet Brad George and Arnold are 4 week old male Jack Russell cross Dachshund. Mother was Rescued 5 weeks Pregnant from a puppy farm in dreadful condition. They was born in rescue. All Puppies are doing great they are all very healthy & learning lots & already love playtime.

These puppies are only 4 weeks old. We will spend the coming weeks assessing their needs & personalities so that when they are ready to go we can match them up with the right forever home. Puppies are vaccinated micro-chipped, flea & wormed prior to being re-homed. They must be neutered by the adopting family. We will require a vet reference as proof of neutering if a dog was too young to be neutered at the time of adoption.

If you would like to apply to adopt one of these puppies please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to homecheck & suitability assessment. Adoption fee applies.
Please do not apply if you live in a flat, work full time or have children under the age of 8.

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Scruff – 4 year old male Parson Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier

This is the lovely Scruff. Scruff is a 4 year old long legged Parson Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier. Scruff came to us after his owner is no longer able to care for him. Scruff loves his walks, and his cuddles. He is a little bewildered at the moment after losing his home, so we would like to find Scruff his new family as soon as possible.

Scruff is a lovely boy, he is fine with other dogs, travels well in the car, he does pull a little at first on the lead but soon settles, he would walk better on a harness. Scruff is unable to live with cats. Scruff would love a fairly active home, with someone around fair bit of the time, and if children, children over 12 please as Scruff has never lived with children. Scruff is castrated, chipped and has had his first vaccination.

Can you offer this lovely boy his forever home ?

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Jack – 3 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier

Jack is an extremely loving and excitable boy! He is always full energy so would be best suited to an active home. He would make a lovely family pet but would ideally like to be rehomed with children aged 10 or above due to his playful nature. Jack does get on with other dogs but is very full on so would need to be rehomed with a tolerant dog. He loves nothing more than a good play!

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Casper – 2 year male Chihuahua cross Jack Russell Terrier

Two-year old crossbreed Casper is being fostered in Crewe, Cheshire. This live-wire of a dog needs a very specific home with experience of Chihuahua or terriers and an understanding of separation anxiety in dogs. He “speaks” to you when he gives his paw. He loves to snuggle under the duvet when it is bed time and hides under the blanket. Casper gets super excited about walks and car journeys and loves going in the car.

Casper loves being off the lead. He may be Chihuahua size but he has the outdoor nature of a terrier. He is very good and never goes out of sight as he always needs to know where you are. He is a sensitive little dog who is very much reliant on his family. He adapts to a home environment quickly but it is essential that he finds a home which will keep him quiet and not too excitable. Casper has separation anxiety which is being worked on through confidence building.

Any prospective owner will have to understand that this will take time – and will get worse initially when he moves to a new environment. It is improving in his foster home and will improve over time once he is settled in his forever home. Casper gets distressed when in a crate so cannot be currently crated. Casper has growled in fear previously so any prospective adopters must be prepared to work with him if this behaviour reappears during his settling in period. Given his breeds and size it is possible that he has been treated like a baby previously – so this will need patience and time to overcome. He will be confused and very clingy with any new family to begin with. If given the chance to settle, with people who are prepared to work with him, rather than give up on him, Casper will make the most loyal dog.

Casper is very sociable with other dogs of all breeds and sizes. He also lives with a cat, who he ignores – but if he sees a cat through a window he will bark and get agitated. That said, when he sees cats while out on a walk he ignores them. Casper is lead trained and housetrained. He can be possessive over toys but is learning to “leave” and “drop” so this will need continuing work. Casper is a fussy eater and takes a long time to eat his food. Casper can be very protective of his home once he is inside. This means that he must have a home where he will not be able to use the sofa to see out of the window or get up on the window ledge as this makes him very worked up which can lead to him being unmanageable. He can get fixated on things going past the house, bark at them and becomes difficult to control. He needs solid fencing in the garden so that he cannot see into other gardens. He will bark at any strange cats coming into the garden so this will also need working on. In a calm and quiet household Casper is a dream dog.

Casper has snapped at people when unsure and when trying to bark at cats through the window and someone tried to take him off the sofa in the past. He can be a very calm and placid dog but when he gets worked up over cats or other exciting things that he sees through the window, he has a feisty streak that will need managing by any future owners. However, Casper has shown none of these behaviours in his current foster home and he is making good progress with his separation issues. He has shown no issues with the postman or things outside the home, due to solid fencing and being unable to see out of the window. This will need to be continued in his forever home.

Casper is looking for a specific home. He will need someone home all of the day or with the ability to take him to work with them, (he is very good at sleeping at your feet while you are at work). He needs a home that is prepared to work on his separation anxiety and encourage him to not be too clingy. It is essential that he is able to explore outside a lot and to be allowed to be a dog rather than a fashion accessory. Ideally his forever home would have experience of Chihuahua or terrier natures but behavioural advice and backup will be provided from Friends of the Animals RCT. Casper is still a baby and needs to learn how to behave in all situations – through patience and training. Given his nervous snapping, he would not be suitable to live with children.

Casper is neutered, up to date with his flea and worming treatment, microchipped and has started his course of vaccinations. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet him in his foster home in Crewe.

If you are interested in adopting Casper please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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Pippin – 10 month old female Cairn Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier

This is the adorable Pippin. Pippin is a gorgeous 10 month old Cairn Terrier cross Jack Russell Terrier. Pippin is an adorable, happy, sweet natured little chap. He can be a little timid at first. He is good with other dogs, travels well in the car and walks nicely on the lead.

Pippin is chipped, castrated and has had his first vaccination.

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Jack Jr – 2 year old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Corgi

Jack Jr is a 2 year old male Jack Russell Terrier cross Corgi. He is lovable and friendly with people, though not always great with other dogs. We would not suggest him for a home with cats. A fairly active home would be good for Jack whose original owner died and left him homeless.

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